The National Brownfields Leadership Summit, presented by the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), will take place on September 25 & 26, 2018 in Washington, DC.
Put your company, local government, or non-profit ahead by attending the National Brownfields Leadership Summit. Join CCLR and NALGEP for this exclusive Summit, which will bring together top leaders from across the redevelopment industry with key decision makers in Washington, DC.
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” We agree with Ben Franklin!
Hear the latest in redevelopment policies, programs, and funding opportunities and interact directly with leading federal agency personnel. The Summit is the can’t-miss opportunity of the year for redevelopment professionals from across the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
Summit participants will have the opportunity to:
- Meet with key leaders of the Administration and Congress;
- Learn about implementation of the new brownfields law (BUILD Act of 2018);
- Learn about how your community can benefit from the Opportunity Zones created in the new tax law;
- Hear the latest developments surrounding federal funding opportunities;
- Participate in Roundtable discussions with the EPA, HUD, Department of Transportation, Economic Development Administration, and Department of Agriculture; and
- Network with top redevelopment leaders from around the country and across the economy.
Day 1 (September 25th): Join us in the nation’s capital for two days of with key federal agency personnel, including roundtable discussions and a keynote with EPA Steve Cook, Deputy AA for the Office of Land and Emergency Management.
Day 2 (September 26th): Extend your impact and join us for an educational briefing for Capitol Hill staff, where we will share stories of transformation from the field, and help staff understand the impact that federal programs are making on brownfields in communities around the country. The briefing will be followed by individual meetings with members of Congress.
Photo of Washington Monument at sunset by Storm Cunningham.